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Comment from: Deanna [Visitor] Email
I wanted to share with you information about two courses in South Carolina that may be of interest to your readers. Also, we can try and coordinate giveaways tied to either in order to help generate excitement. Please let me know if additional information is needed. If you’re ever in the area, we’d love for you to come experience the courses firsthand as well.

Wild Dunes Resort, a four-star destination nestled on the Isle of Palms beach near historic downtown Charleston, offers golf enthusiasts the opportunity to play two Tom Fazio-designed courses – The Links Course and The Harbor Course. Recognized most recently by Conde Nast Traveler as one of its “Top 20 Southern US Golf Resorts” and by Golf Digest as a “Best in the State” for golf, Wild Dunes offers two challenging courses perfect for any skill level. To view footage of the courses, click here.

Currently, the Resort is offering a Ladies on the Links package good for any foursome of women that includes spa services and dining specials. There is also a Fazio Sampler package featuring both courses ideal for twosomes.


Deanna R. Trimmer, Public Relations Intern
Rawle Murdy Associates, Inc.
Post Office Box 1117, Charleston, SC 29402
phone (843) 577-7327 (ext. 127), fax (843) 722- 3960
2011-04-04 @ 08:49
Comment from: Kevin Read [Visitor]
My wife is from Toledo and we visit Charlevoix every year around July. We played Belvedere this lastyear along with others for a week. In our business of golf course and country club real estate in Houston we always like reviews of new courses to try and recommend to clients.

Kevin Read
Country Club Lifestyle Realty
9525 Katy Freeway Suite 420
Houston, Texas 77024
2011-12-19 @ 08:10

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